Sometimes we don’t need shootings, chases, murders or stories with ghosts and aliens.
Sometimes we just need 3 Movies to Watch and Relax.
1- Hugo (2011)
He is a little orphan with no money and no home, but he has a great talent for repairing objects.
One day in the train station where he bivouac, he finds an old non-functioning automaton.
The object is inextricably linked to the story of Georges Méliès, one of the first great directors in the history of cinema.
Full of quotes and references to the first men who began to transform cinema into art, the movie is also an excellent growth story.
The two young actors, Asa Butterfield and Chloë Grace Moretz, the story’s main protagonists, have an exceptional connection.
Martin Scorsese‘s act of love for the early cinema for a sweet and relaxing fairy tale from other times.
2- The Dreamers (2003)
Romantic and irreverent love triangle set in Paris during the social riots of 1968.
A young American moved to the city and lived with two wealthy brother and sister.
The two have a morbid relationship in which they will also be able to involve the third stranger.
Another movie that overflows quotes in every scene, full of relaxation and delicacy in the middle throes of revolt.
Three characters locked in a house that creates continuously and changing two-on-one alliances.
Until challenging and competing continuously against each other, none of the three will outdo the others.
Just as each of them will never be the same without the other two.
Immense movie by Bernardo Bertolucci for a story that honors the world of art and that of movies.
3- The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989)
Two musicians see their careers as piano players in decline.
So they decide to add a voice to their group by hiring a singer.
When they made a series of unsatisfactory auditions, a beautiful blonde dazzle them with her warm and sensual voice.
The girl is a bit narrow-minded and vulgar in her attitudes, but thanks to their advice she manages to make herself loved by the public, becoming a real diva.
But success will go hand in hand with the love for one of the two brothers who will end up ruining everything.
Excellent musical-romance that boasts a stellar cast with brothers Jeff Bridges and Beau Bridges as musicians and Michelle Pfeiffer in the role of the young singer.
Another movie with an initially successful triangle but which becomes more and more unstable over time until the inevitable separation.
Sweet and relaxing story of love and family directed and written by Steve Kloves, perhaps here at his best film of his career.